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1987 est.

ALTERATIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS, BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS, TO

32.0 Lands and structures

18 20 20 PROVIDE FACILITIES FOR THE PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED

99.9 Total obligations

32,168 16,814 30.084 Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

Personnel Summary
Identification code 01-0106-0-1-801

1986 actual 1987 est.
Total number of full-time permanent positions..

133 133 133 Program by activities:

Total compensable workyears: 1000 Total obligations (object class 25.0).

28 393 300
Full-time equivalent employment

124 131 132 Financing

Full-time equivalent of overtime and holiday hours

15

17 16 21 40 Unobligated balance available, start of year..

- 1.184 - 1,156 - 763 24.40 Unobligated balance available, end of year.

1.156

763 463 39.00 Budget authority. Relation of obligations to outlays:

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 71.00 Obligations incurred, net

28 393 300 12.40 Obligated balance, start of year

73
68

Federal Funds 14.40 Obligated balance, end of year.

- 68

General and special funds: 90.00 Outlays..

33 461 300

SALARIES AND EXPENSES
For necessary expenses of the Library of Congress, not otherwise

provided for, including development and maintenance of the Union LIBRARY BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS

Catalogs; custody, care and maintenance of the Library Buildings;

special clothing; cleaning, laundering and repair of uniforms; preserSTRUCTURAL AND MECHANICAL CARE

vation of motion pictures in the custody of the Library; operation and For all necessary expenses for the mechanical and structural main- maintenance of the American Folklife Center (and the American tenance, care and operation of the Library buildings and grounds, Television and Radio Archives] in the Library; preparation and dis(36,080,000] $7,618,000, of which ($265,000] $1,015,000 shall remain tribution of catalog cards and other publications of the Library; and available until expended. (2 U.S.C. 141; 46 Stat. 583; Public Law 91 expenses of the Library of Congress Trust Fund Board not properly 656; 5 U.S.C. 5341-44, 5349; 79 Stat. 987.)

chargeable to the income of any trust fund held by the Board,

($137,039,000] $158, 159,000, of which not more than [$4,700,000] Note. — Public Laws 99-500 and 99-591, section 1016), provide funds to the extent and in the manner provided for in the conference version of H.R. 5203, Legislative Branch Appro

$5,000,000 shall be derived from collections credited to this appropriapriations Act, 1987.)

tion during fiscal year [1987] 1988 under the Act of June 28, 1902,

as amended (2 U.S.C. 150): Provided, That the total amount available Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

for obligation shall be reduced by the amount by which collections are

less than the [$4,700,000] $5,000,000. Provided further, That, of the deetfication code 01-0155-0-1-801

1986 actual

1988 est total amount appropriated, [$4,516,000) $5,372,000 is to remain

available until expended for acquisition of books, periodicals, and Program by activities:

newspapers, and all other materials including subscriptions for biblio 10.00 Total obligations

32,168 16,814 30,084

graphic services for the Library, including $40,000 to be available Financing:

solely for the purchase, when specifically approved by the Librarian, 21 40 Unobligated balance available, start of year.

- 79,264 - 52,532 - 42.018 of special and unique materials for additions to the collections. (2 2440 Unobligated balance available, end of year...

52,532 42,018 19,552 U.S.C. 131-177; 5 U.S.C. 5102, 5108, 5305, 5318, 7901-7903; 17 U.S.C. 25.00 Unobligated balance lapsing ..

100

201-205; 20 U.S.C. 91, 2101-2107; 28 U.S.C. 2672; 44 U.S.C. 1718, 1719.) 2.00 Budget authority

5,536 6,300 7,618 Note.-Public Laws 99-500 and 99-591, section 1010), provide funds to the extent and in

the manner provided for in the conference version of H.R. 5203, Legislative Branch ApproBudget authority:

priations Act, 1987. 40.00 Appropriation ....

5,536 6,080 7,618 44.10 Supplemental for wage-board pay raises

86

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars) 44.20 Supplemental for civilian pay raises... 44.40 Supplemental for retirement contributions (P.L 99

Identification code 03-0101-0-1-503

1986 actual 1987 est. 1988 est. 335)

130

Program by activities: Relation of obligations to outlays:

Direct program: 71.00 Obligations incurred, net

32,168 16,814 30,084

00.01
Purchase of books and library materials...

4,580 4,565 5,372 12.40 Obligated balance, start of year.

1,717 25,916 455 00.02 Preparation of books and library materials for use. 42,423 46,910 51,138 74.40 Obligated balance, end of year.

-25,916 - 455

Cataloging distribution service: 17.00 Adjustments in expired accounts.

-13
00.03 Catalog services for the Library of Congress.

2,997 3,749 3,889

00.04 89.00

4,958

4,949

4,689 Outlays.

7,956

Sale of catalog services to other institutions.
42,275

30,539
00.05 Research and reader services

29,051 28,089 30,664

00.06 Outlays

Preservation of library materials.

3,331 6,163 7,013 7,956

00.07 90.00 Outlays, excluding pay and retirement supplementals

42,068 30,526
Automated systems support..

17,189 16,840 21,662 91.10 Outlays from wage-board pay raise supplemental

81

5
00.08
Optical disk program

505 600 2,155 91.20 Outlays from civilian pay raise supplemental......

00.09 Central support services

26,322 28,944 30,404 91.40 Outlays from retirement contribution supplemental

8 00.10 American Folklife Center.

822 867 913 00.11 Deacidification facility.

2,400 6,000 Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)

00.91 Total direct program

132,182 143,816 164,159 01.01 Reimbursable program.

34,813 38,000 41,000 Personnel compensation: 11.1 Full-time permanent.

3,375 3,593
10.00 Total obligations.

166,995 181,816 205,159 115 Other personnel compensation

699 788 789

Financing: 119 Total personnel compensation.

4,074 4,381 4,475

Offsetting collections from: 121 Personnel benefits: Civilian...

461 644 970

11.00
Federal funds...

- 34,985 -38,172 -41,172 240 Printing and reproduction.

1
14.00 Non-Federal sources

-3,950 - 4,528 - 4,828 25.0 Other services 27,144 11,331 24.158 17.00 Recovery of prior year obligations.

-2,129 26.0 Supplies and materials

393
357
375 21.40 Unobligated balance available, start of year.

- 8,955 - 11,090 - 8,641 31.0 Equipment

77
81
86 24.40 Unobligated balance available, end of year.

11,090 8,641 2,641

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122

3,686

1986 actual

1987 est.

1988 est.

General and special funds-Continued

Automated systems support.–Central computer sup-
SALARIES AND EXPENSES-Continued

port to all operations of the Library is provided by the
Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars) - Continued

Automated Systems Office. This support consists of sys-

tems analysis, programming, and operation of central
Identification code 03-0101-0-1-503

computers, minicomputers and data communication
25.00 Unobligated balance lapsing.

services.
797

Optical disk program.-In 1982 the Library began re
39.00 Budget authority.

128,863 136,667 153,159

search in the use of optical disks for image preservation
Budget authority:

and retrieval with a view to using this advanced tech-
40.00 Appropriation.

128,863 132,339

nology for the preservation and management of its col-
44.10 Supplemental for wage-board pay raises.

109
44.20 Supplemental for civilian pay raises.

2,313

lections. The program has two aspects: print or textual
44.40 Supplemental for retirement contributions (P.L 99

materials stored on digital optical disks and pictorial
335).

1,906

materials stored on analog optical disks (videodisks).
Relation of obligations to outlays:

The Library is actively studying the results gained from
71.00 Obligations incurred, net

128,060 139.116 159,159 the pilot program. It hopes to phase in the new technol-
72.40 Obligated balance, start of year.

27,491 25,742 32,727

ogy in all appropriate activities throughout the organi-
74.40 Obligated balance, end of year.

- 25,742 -32,727 – 36,929
77.00 Adjustments in expired accounts

-933

zation.
78.00 Adjustments in unexpired accounts

-2,129

Central support services. This activity supports the
89.00 Outlays..

126,747 132,131 154.957

executive staff of the Office of the Librarian; exhibit,

information, and publication activities; personnel,
Outlays:

budget and finance, procurement, buildings manage-
90.00 Outlays, excluding pay and retirement supplementals 126,747 128,019 154,741
91.10 Outlays from wage-board pay raise supplemental

104

5 ment, and other centralized services. It also includes
91.20 Outlays from civilian pay raise supplemental..

2,197 116

rental of space off Capitol Hill.
91.40 Outlays from retirement contribution supplemental

1,811

95

American Folklife Center.—Public Law 94-201 estab-
Personal services and necessary expenses to provide lished the American Folklife Center in the Library of
support for the basic operations of the Library are fi- Congress "to preserve and present American folklife"
nanced from this appropriation.

through field documentation, consultancies, research,
Purchase of books and library materials.The Li- publishing, exhibition and dissemination of information.
brary's collections are acquired through purchase, gift,

Deacidification facility.--Public Law 98-427 author-
exchange, copyright deposit, and official deposit. This ized the Library of Congress to construct a deacidifica-
includes materials in all subjects, except clinical medi- tion facility for the operation of the diethyl zinc preser-
cine and technical agriculture, for the general collec-

vation process. The funding for this project was provid-
tions of the Library and domestic and foreign legal

ed under Public Law 98-396. The funds are to remain
materials for the law library.

available until expended.
Preparation of books and library materials for use. -

Object Classification in thousands of dollars)
Library materials are cataloged for use and are classi-
fied for systematic arrangement on the shelves of the Identification code 03-0101-0-1-503

1986 actual 1987 est.
collection. Cataloging data is converted to machine-

Direct obligations:
readable form for use by the Library of Congress, other

Personnel compensation:
libraries, and cataloging service agencies. The Network 11.1 Full-time permanent

83,978 92,311 95,851
Development and MARC Standards Office plans and

11.3 Other than full-time permanent

2,529 2,210 2,699

11.5 Other personnel compensation..
coordinates the exchange of bibliographic information

1,587

874
11.8 Special personal services payments.

16
9

9
among major library cooperatives and research facili-
ties.

11.9
Total personnel compensation

88,110 95,381 99,433
Cataloging distribution service. The cataloging dis-

12.1 Personnel benefits: Civilian

10,152 13,446 19,889
13.0 Benefits for former personnel.

135

136
tribution service makes available copies of the Library's

21.0 Travel and transportation of persons

357 435 508
printed catalog cards, cataloging data in machine-read 22.0 Transportation of things...

265 219

250
able form, book catalogs, technical publications, and

23.1 Standard level user charges.

2,841 2,820

2,245

233
select bibliographies from the automated data bases.

Communications, utilities, and miscellaneous charges... 8,230 9,479
24.0 Printing and reproduction

4.322 4,138
Research and reader services.—Books and other li-

25.0 Other services.

7,528 9,063
brary materials are provided to readers inside and out 26.0 Supplies and materials.

2,156

2,069 2,383
side the Library, reference, referral and bibliographic 31.0 Equipment....

7,922 6,629 9,984

42.0
assistance is rendered, and custody of the collections is

Insurance claims and indemnities.

1
2

2
maintained.

99.0 Subtotal, direct obligations,

132,182 143.816
Preservation of library materials.- Library materials 99.0 Reimbursable obligations.

34,813 38,000
are preserved in their original format by being bound

99.9 Total obligations.

166,995 181,816 205.159
or rebound, or by a variety of conservation techniques.
Materials are also preserved by converting them to a
more durable form through such means as microfilm-

Personnel Summary
ing, by conversion of nitrate film to safety base film, Total number of full-time permanent positions.

3,268

3,283 3,372
and by the conversion of deteriorating sound recordings Total compensable workyears:
to polyester tape. Scientific research on the preserva-

Full-time equivalent employment

3.017 3.162
tion of library materials is undertaken.

Full-time equivalent of overtime and holiday hours

35

1988 est

851

298

• Co

11,198

4,561
13,570

164.159
41,000

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3.260

CONGRESS

Funds-

COPYRIGHT OFFICE

Total income..

14,465,419 14,656,000 15,394,000
SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Obligations.

16,874,000 17,953,000 19,788,000
For necessary expenses of the Copyright Office, including publica-
tion of the decisions of the United States courts involving copyrights,

The effort described under each of the activities are
[317,302,000) $19,788,000, of which not more than ($6,500,000] predicated on an estimated 590,000 copyright registra-
$7,000,000 shall be derived from collections credited to this appropria- tions during 1988, an estimated 575,000 during 1987,
tion during fiscal year (1987) 1988 under 17 U.S.C. 708(c), and not and registrations of 561,208 during 1986.
more than [$927,000) $994,000 shall be derived from collections
during fiscal year [1987] 1988 under 17 U.S.C. 111(d/3) and 116(c)(1):

Receiving and accounting for applications, fees, and
Provided, That the total amount available for obligation shall be correspondence.—Materials received by the Copyright
reduced by the amount by which collections are less than the Office are assembled and routed; accounts are main-
[57,427,000) $7,994,000. (17 U.S.C. 101-710; 5 U.S.C. 5108, 5305; 2 tained for all moneys received; records relating to the
U.S.C 169.)

registration of copyrights are filed; and materials are
Note. - Publie Laws 99-500 and 99-591, section 1016j), provide funds to the extent and in
the manner provided for in the conference version of HR 5203, Legislative Branch Apprin deposited in accordance with the Copyright Act.
priations Act, 1987.

Examining copyright applications.-All applications
Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

and deposits are examined before issuance of registra-

tion certificates or recordings of documents to deter-
Wetfiction code 03-0102-0-1-376

1986 actual 1987 est. 1988 est. mine whether the provisions of the Copyright Act have

been satisfied.
Program by activities:
00.01 Receiving and accounting for applications, fees, and

Indexing and cataloging materials received. The
correspondence.

3,124 3,291
00.02 Examining copyright applications.

Register of Copyrights is required to publish complete

5,468 5,760 6,370
$0.03 indexing and cataloging materials received.

3,444 3,628 4,012 and indexed catalogs of all items registered. The catalog
00.04 Reference service ..

2.110 2,223

2,457 entries prepared by the Copyright Office are made
00.05 Publishing the catalog of copyright entries and bulletins
of decisions.

11
5

5

available to the public and the Library. It is estimated
60.06 General supervision and legal services

1,984 2,090 2,311 that for 1988 the number of items to be cataloged will
0007 Licensing division

733 956

994

be 590,000
10.00 Total obligations

16,874 17,953 19,788

Reference service. - The Copyright Office makes infor-
Financing

mation available to the public concerning the provisions
Offsetting collections from:
11.00 Federal funds...

of the Copyright Act, including procedures, policies, and
- 758 -964

- 1,002
14.00 Non-Federal sources.

-5,734 -6,492 - 6,992 rulings. Information concerning registrations is fur-
23.00 Unobligated balance lapsing -

31

nished on a fee basis.
39.00 Budget authority..

10,413 10,497 11,794 Publishing the catalog of copyright entries and bulle-

tins of decisions.-

Catalogs for each class of copyright
Budget authority
400 Appropriation.

10,413
9,875
11,794

entries and bulletins of copyright decisions are pub-
44.20 Supplemental for civilian pay raises...

347

lished and made available to the public.
44.40 Supplemental for retirement contributions (P.L 99
335)

275

General supervision and legal services. The work of

the Copyright Office includes legal supervision and re-
Relations of obligations to outlays:
7400 Obligations incurred, net.

search into the present copyright law and international

10,382 10,497 11,794
12.40 Obligated balance, start of year.

1,232 1,172 1,257 copyright relations. It also involves a study of improve
14.40 Odtigated balance, end of year.

-1.172 -1,257 - 1,385 ment of the domestic law and our international copy-
17.00 Adjustments in expired accounts.

47

right relations.
Outlays..

10,488 10,413 11,666

Licensing Division.— The Licensing Division performs
Outlays:

the responsibilities connected with the licensing activi-
90.00 Outlays, excluding pay and retirement supplementals... 10,488 9,821 11,635 ties of cable television stations and the licensing of
91.20 Outlays from civilian pay raise supplemental...

330

17
91.40 Outlays from retirement contribution supplemental ..

jukeboxes.
261

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The Copyright Office is responsible for registering

Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)
and recording copyright claims, assignments, and re Identification code 03-0102-0-1-376

1986 actual
newals, for supplying copyright information to the
public, for collecting and accounting for copyright fees,

Personnel compensation:
11.1 Full-time permanent.

13,567
and for publishing complete and indexed catalogs for

11.5 Other personnel compensation

71
each class of copyright entries. The Office is conducted 11.8 Special personal services payments.
for the most part on a self-sustaining basis. The amount

11.9 Total personnel compensation..

13,638
requested is substantially counterbalanced by fees re-

12.1 Personnel benefits: Civilian..

1,585
ceived for services rendered and the value of books and

13.0 Benefits for former personnel..

16
other library materials deposited in accordance with 21.0 Travel and transportation of persons.

32
the Copyright Act and transferred to the Library of

22.0 Transportation of things.....

3

23.3 Communications, utilities, and miscellaneous charges ...
Congress. The income and obligations for 1986, and esti-

1,159
24.0 Printing and reproduction...

191
mates for 1987 and 1988 are as follows:

25.0 Other services ..

43
Income

1986 actual 1987 est. 1988 est
26.0 Supplies and materials

125
Gross receipts.

7,505,851 7,456,000 7,994,000
31.0 Equipment ..

82
Estimated value of materials deposited and transferred to the
Lorary of Congress

6,959,568 7,200,000 7,400,000
99.9 Total obligations...

16,874

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General and special funds-Continued

praisal, and evaluation of any subject matter of legislaCOPYRIGHT OFFICE-Continued

tive concern, including recommendations submitted to SALARIES AND EXPENSES—Continued

the Congress by the Executive Branch. Research servPersonnel Summary

ices are also provided to assist Congress with its over

sight, representative, and other responsibilities. Support Total number of full-time permanent positions.......

561 561 564 takes the form of background studies, in-depth policy Total compensable workyears: Full-time equivalent employment.

analyses, consultations, briefings, legal research, contin

530 523 546 Full-time equivalent of overtime and holiday hours

2
2

2 uous liaison with committees, assistance with commit

tee hearings, public policy seminars for Members and

congressional staff, and related data and materials. In CONGRESSIONAL RESEARCH SERVICE

order to respond most effectively to the broad range of

congressional inquiries, the Service supplements indiSALARIES AND EXPENSES

vidually tailored products with Issue Briefs, Reports, For necessary expenses to carry out the provisions of section 203.of Committee Prints, and "Info Packs”, which are collecthe Legislative Reorganization Act of 1946, as amended by section 321 of the Legislative Reorganization Act of 1970 (2 U.S.C. 166) and to

tions of both CRS products and carefully selected materevise and extend the Annotated Constitution of the United States of rials from outside sources that provide background maAmerica, [$39,602,000) $47,251,000. Provided, That no part of this terial on issues of very high congressional interest. appropriation may be used to pay any salary or expense in connection

Lists of subjects and policy areas that a committee with any publication, or preparation of material therefor (except the Digest of Public General Bills), to be issued by the Library of Con might profitably pursue are periodically made available gress unless such publication has obtained prior approval of either to each congressional committee. As provided by statthe Committee on House Administration or the Senate Committee on ute, the Service prepares decennially the Constitution Rules and Administration: Provided further, That, notwithstanding of the United States-Analysis and Interpretation, and any other provisions of law, the compensation of the Director of the Congressional Research Service, Library of Congress, shall be at an

supplements at 2-year intervals, prepares compendiums annual rate which is equal to the annual rate of basic pay for posi- for the annual national high school and college debate tions at level IV of the Executive Schedule under section 5315 of title topics, and provides assistance to the Congressional 5, United States Code. (2 U.S.C. 166, 168-168d, 169; 5 U.S.C. 5108, 5305, Budget Office, the Office of Technology Assessment, 5318.)

and the General Accounting Office. Note.-Public Laws 99-500 and 99-591, section 1016), provide funds to the extent and in Documentation and status of legislation. The Service the manner provided for in the conference version of H.R. 5203, Legislative Branch Appro priations Act, 1987.

prepares and publishes for distribution to the Congress

the Digest of Public General Bills and Resolutions, inProgram and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

cluding summaries of all public bills and resolutions Identification code 03-0127-0-1-801

introduced in Congress, the status of bills receiving

action, and various pertinent indexes. Upon request, Program by activities:

the Service prepares legislative history memorandums 00.01 Policy analysis and research.

23,108 25,511 29,343 on bills for which hearings have been announced, and 00.02 Documentation and status of legislation.

2,199 2,424 2,788

compiles and makes available to each committee re 00.03 Information and reference service...

10,175 11,297 12,994 00.04 Executive direction and support.

1,789 1,849 2,126

ports on legislatively authorized programs and activi

ties within that committee's jurisdiction that are sched00.91 Total direct program.

37,271 41,081 47,251 01.01 Reimbursable program..

uled to terminate during the current Congress.
17
20 20

Information and reference service. The Congressional 10.00 Total obligations.

37,288 41,101 47,271

Research Service provides extensive information and Financing:

reference assistance to Members and committees. Refer11.00 Offsetting collections from: Federal funds.

-17 - 20 - 20 25.00 Unobligated balance lapsing.

17

ence files containing clippings, pamphlets, and docu

ments and automated information services are main39.00 Budget authority.

37,288 41,081 47,251

tained for rapid information retrieval. Lists of selected Budget authority:

reports, prepared by CRS staff on legislative issues, are 40.00 Appropriation

37,288 39,602 47,251 regularly distributed to congressional offices. To provide 44.20 Supplemental for civilian pay raises.

862 44.40 Supplemental for retirement contributions (P.L. 99

faster responses and in-person services, the Service also 335).

617

maintains reference centers in congressional office

buildings and the Congressional Reading Rooms in the Relations of obligations to outlays: 71.00 Obligations incurred, net

37,271 41,081 47,251 Madison and Jefferson Buildings of the Library of Con72.40 Obligated balance, start of year

4,334 3,510 4.110 gress. 74.40 Obligated balance, end of year.

- 3,510 -- 4,110 - 4,727 17.00 Adjustments in expired accounts.

- 140

Executive direction and support.-Providing overall

supervision and administrative support to the entire 89.00 Outlays.

37,955 40,481

Congressional Research Service is the responsibility of Outlays:

the Office of the Director and the administrative per90.00 Outlays, excluding pay and retirement supplementals .. 37,955 39,076 46,560

sonnel. 91.20 Outlays from civilian pay raise supplemental...

819

43 91.40 Outlays from retirement contribution supplemental

586
31

Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)
Policy analysis and research.-The Congressional Re Identification code 03-0127-0-1-801
search Service provides objective, nonpartisan analyti-

Direct obligations: cal and consultative services to the Members and com

Personnel compensation: mittees of Congress, assisting them in the analysis, ap

Full-time permanent

29,354

31,602 34,161

1986 actual

1987 est.

1988 est.

Direct program:

1986 actual

1987 est.

1938 est.

11.1

CONGRESS-

Funds

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635,000 to over 664,000 and circulation from approxi101

mately 17,795,000 units (volumes and containers) to 34,945

over 20,200,000. 6,903

40 Support services.-A variety of professional, technical, 95 and clerical functions are performed by NLS's staff. A

combined total of over 25,000 requests for interlibrary 1,588

856 loan searches or information concerning library and 1,510 related services available to the blind and to other 402

physically handicapped persons were received in 1986,

and approximately 2,500 copyright permissions were 47,251

20 granted. 47,271

Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)

[graphic]

37,271

17

41,081

20

37,288

41,101

Personnel Summary

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BOOKS POR THE BLIND AND PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED

SALARIES AND EXPENSES For salaries and expenses to carry out the provisions of the Act approved March 3, 1931, as amended (2 U.S.C. 135a), [$35,996,000] $38,046,000. (2 U.S.C. 135, 1350-1, 1956, 169; 5 U.S.C. 5108, 5305.)

Note. -Public Laws 99-500 and 99-591, section 1016). provide funds to the extent and in the manner provided for in the conference version of H.R. 5203, Legislative Branch Appro priations Act, 1987

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

Total personnel compensation.
Personnel benefits: Civilian.
Benefits for former personnel.
Travel and transportation of persons
Transportation of things.
Rental payment to GSA.
Communications, utilities, and miscellaneous charges
Printing and reproduction.
Other services.
Supplies and materials
Equipment

Total obligations.

[graphic]

3,947 760

10 112

30 1,417

228 1,174 2,775 1,149 26,444

227

204 1,080 2,488 1,246 23,367

1,174 2,676

849 26,078

99.9

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Program by activities: 20.01 Direct service to users ... 00.02 Support services. 10.00 Total obligations.

Financing 25.00 Unobligated balance lapsing 39.00

Budget authority

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Budget authority 40.00 Appropriation 44.10 Supplemental for wage-board pay raises.. 4.20 Supplemental for civilian pay raises..... 4.40 Supplemental for retirement contributions (P.L 99

335)

35,996

2 97

[COLLECTION AND DISTRIBUTION OF LIBRARY MATERIALS]

[(SPECIAL FOREIGN CURRENCY PROGRAM)] [For necessary expenses for carrying out the provisions of section 104b/5) of the Agricultural Trade Development and Assistance Act of 1954, as amended (7 U.S.C. 1704), to remain available until expended, $390,000, of which $293,000 shall be available only for payments in any foreign currencies owed to or owned by the United States which the Treasury Department shall determine to be excess to the normal requirements of the United States.) (2 U.S.C. 143a, 169; 5 U.S.C. 5305.)

Note.-Public Laws 99-500 and 99-591, section 1016). provide funds to the extent and in the manner provided for in the conference version of H.R. 5203, Legislative Branch Appro priations Act, 1987.

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